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Hi all we have been jumping between Celebrity and Princess the past few years and loving both lines.  When cruising resumes we would like to try out one of Princess’ newer ships.  Previously we have tried to book the end mini suite on Emerald deck which has a huge balcony and is partially covered.  Hoping someone can tell us if the Enchanted Princess has such a balcony?  We are looking at E727 - last cabin before back ones.  Thanks so much!!

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We booked E729 on the Grand for December '21 because of the balcony and the minis have a sofa and tub.  Youtube has more pictures and videos of this cabin.

 

 

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On the Enchanted we booked an extended angled balcony mini suite because of the larger balcony and we loved the mini we had on the Sky.  If you look at the deck plans they are midship and some balconies are bigger than others.  When I checked last week all these cabins were guarantees for our date, and its more than a year out. We have requested no upgrades without calling us first.

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E 727 is a standard mini suite, cat. ME. It will have a 9ft. x 4ft. covered balcony. Royal Class ships do not have the same design as the older Grand Class ships. Mini suite cats. on the Enchanted are classified M1, M6, MA/B/C/E/F. M1 and M6 are club class mini suites which has some additional benefits the most important of which is club class dining. The other cats. are classified according to location on the ship. Locations which Princess feels are better locations have the higher letter, MA better than ME. With few exceptions all mini suites have the same interiors and the same size balcony. Some minis have a larger balcony.  M108 is an example of a different interior and balcony. You can find larger balcony minis by searching around on the deck plans. You can also locate connecting cabins by checking the box. On the Princess site select On Board Our Ships, select your ship and follow the prompts. Any special notes will appear in red when selecting any specific cabin. 

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